here is a comparison between my blog and my hub page on SEO. I have applied all the Search engine optimization technique that I know on my blog. my SEO include keyword research, mis-spell, bookmarking sites etc. And then I wrote a hub on SEO without any SEO applied on it.
my blog is getting good no. of hits.(<snipped link>)
but my hubpage http://hubpages.com/t/83ebf
is getting more hits than my blog! I was wondered. without any SEO and massive hits! i think hubpages internally optimize our hubs...not sure, thats why so many hits.
but I should admit that adsense revenue/click on my blog is better than /click revenue on hubpages.
Anyone has answer?
smooth approach at self promo.. way to optimize your forum post for the linky juice. well played.
Maybe this is a good idea....I will follow you in the following days ....
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